MEROPE


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Written as ordered pairs (x, y) according to Table 1, the coordinates of the stars are as follows: Atlas (66, 400); Alcyone (204, 468); Merope (224, 793); Maia (249, 336); Taygeta (488, 315); Electra (508, 858); and Celaeno (618, 640).
113) Las cabrillas son las siete Pleyades, una de las cuales, Merope, es invisible por estar casada con un mortal, Sisifo, y ser complice de sus fechorias.
Tale riflessione costituisce anzi un'influenza cosi di rilievo che Torelli stesso, nell'introdurre la Merope, sua prima tragedia, dichiara di aver preso a comporre il testo mentre formulava l'interpretazione di un oscuro passaggio aristotelico riguardante le tragedie di lieto tine, quasi che l'elaborazione poetica divenisse esemplificazione e "prova sperimentale" di una possibile esegesi dell'altro testo.
First, they placed eggs of the butterfly, Heteronympha merope, in chambers where temperature could be controlled and found that each larval stage has a different response to warmer-than-normal conditions.
He had not been raised by Jocasta but by Merope, the queen of Corynth; he did not know that Jocasta was his mother, not even "subconsciously," because the tragic character was not endowed with a deep psychology.
The hypothesis might appear plausible if it weren't for the simple fact that tenors performed first-rate roles throughout the century--witness the Polifontes and Bajazets in settings of Zeno's Merope and Piovene's Bajazets, respectively.
El autor subraya al mismo tiempo la importancia del papel que, en el desarrollo del sujeto Edipo, "hombre pleno de fuerza y creatividad", adquiere la presencia y el amor pleno de solicitud de los padres substitutivos Polibio y su esposa Merope, "aun si aquel se vio empujado hacia su perdida por oscuras pulsiones" que ponen en relieve la dimension de ambivalencia de los objetos primarios.
Voltaire scholars, meanwhile, have only recently learned that Monbron, whose burlesque imitation of La Henriade was published in 1745, actually met Voltaire at a performance of Merope in February of that same year.
In old books this nebula was once referred to as Barnard's Merope Nebula, but it is now known as IC 349.
El viaje que el nino Edipo (2) realiza de Tebas a Corinto, donde lo espera una pareja, Polibo y Merope, deseosa de resarcir su paternidad frustrada, recuerda inevitablemente a la practica de las adopciones transnacionales (p.
The earwigfly, Merope tuber Newman, is 1 of only 2 extant members of the family Meropeidae worldwide (Kaltenbach 1978; Byers 2005).